Additional Authorized AccessAAA and Third Party FERPA Release instructions
University of Missouri -- Kansas City students can grant other users direct and authorized online access to their student information in Pathway, which may include:
Grants access to view current and past charges.
Grants access to view Class Schedule, Grades, and Transfer Credit information.
Grants access to view address, e-mail, and phone information.
Grants access to view financial aid information. This includes information about awards, loans, scholarships, fellowships and work study jobs that you have received or have been offered. If you have applied for financial aid, it includes information about the status of your application.
In authorizing Additional Authorized Access members, the student acknowledges that the University is not responsible for any unauthorized disclosure of student information by your registered members.
To grant access to AAA (Additional Authorized Access) simply log into Pathway and navigate to either
Self Service > Additional Authorized Access
Self Service >Student Center > Personal Information> Additional Authorized Access
Enter the Additional User's name and email address and make the appropriate Access Granted selections. Once finished, click Save. An email will be sent to the user notifying that they now have access to AAA and will give log in directions.
You may add up to five Additional Authorized Users to your account.
To remove the access for an Additional Authorized User – navigate to the AAA page and select Delete and Save. Please note that the user will be sent an email notifying that access has been revoked.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR AUTHORIZED USERS
Your student may choose to grant you direct and authorized online access as an Additional Authorized Access member. By virtue of creating this Additional Authorized Access account, your student is granting the university permission to share specified records with you. Students have the right to revoke this access at any time.
The federal law called the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, also known as FERPA or the Buckley Amendment, maintains that a student's educational and financial records are private and confidential. The information contained in these records may only be released with consent from the student.
If your student has set up an AAA account, you will receive an email message with directions on how to set up your password and log into AAA.